Assuming these are drum brakes, you need to knock the dust cap off in the centre of the hub that covers the bearing and keeps the grease in. Remove the split pin and castellated nut. Then you will probably need some sort of puller to get the drum off as the inner bearing race will be stuck on the shaft. Once the drum is off the shoes and brake cylinder wil be exposed.
Its a Power Surge When you attach the new battery.
A 1997 VW Jetta 2.0L I4 requires 4.2 imperial quarts of oil.
Depends on your environment. Look in the owners manual. I use 10w-30 in my 1997 Jetta VR6 year-round.
The spare tire of the 1997 Volkswagen Jetta GT 2L is 195/65R15 in size. The tires can be purchased at most automotive tire centers and range from about 75 dollars to about 130 dollars.
On a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta, the shifting solenoids are situated inside the valve body of the transmission. The valve body is the brain of the transmission.
In the passenger front fender. Remove wheel and fender liner to get it out.
The 1997 VW Jetta thermostat is located inside of the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Remove the water supply hose. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Headlights are normally operated through a relay or circuit breaker.
The front crash sensor is located inside the airbag control module.
http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/dreed/Campingart/jettatech/fuse_block.jpg Its an open slot.
Follow the larger line from the a/c compressor
The airbag light, on your 1997 Jetta, can be reset by removing the fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds. Replace the fuse back to its original position.
a 1997 Jetta gt has struts.
The power window fuse in a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta is located above the relays. The relay/fuse box is usually located near the steering wheel.
The only part that is needed to replace your 1997 Pontiac rear brakes is a break assembly kit. The brake assembly kit will have everything you need.
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The brakes on the Villager are as straight forward as the brakes on a 1965 Mercury. Only normal brake tools are required.
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Basically it if your standing in front of the car looking at the engine it is in the back left corner where the windshield wiper comes to rest just about.
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There is no actual dipstick on the 1997 volkswagen jetta. The way to check the level is a little odd. Under the car on the drivers side of the engine behind the front wheel there is a plug. It can be pulled out and that is how you check the level. It is similar to checking a differential. You will need a funnel with extension hose on it to fill the fluid.